The Importance of Juneteenth
Ahead of Juneteenth—observed this year in New Jersey on June 18—we asked Keith Green, director of Africana studies and associate professor of English at Rutgers-Camden, to help us understand New Jersey’s newest holiday.
Words and Music
When Evan Toth sings, “Silence must be broken,” there’s an urgency behind the words. Toth GSN’12 is a singer-songwriter and an English instructor at Felician University and The Community High School in Teaneck, New Jersey (where he’s also assistant principal), and words are at the very core of what he does.
From Haitian Immigrant to Federal Judgeship
Nancy Joseph RLAW’93 took the United States oath of citizenship when she was a 19-year-old college student. Now a federal magistrate judge since 2010, Joseph finds herself on the other side of the equation, conducting the ceremonies that establish American citizenship for immigrants.